Funds Awarded 2017/18

During the financial year, City Bridge Trust has awarded £24.5million in funding across Greater London through 227 different projects. The majority was awarded through its Investing in Londoners open grants programme, which closed for new applications in April 2018. The Trust also made awards through it’s Strategic Initiatives scheme, Stepping Stones Fund and Anniversary Programmes.

Please click the heading to see the full list of grants awarded under that programme.

Investing in Londoners

Greening the Third Sector

Applecartlive Ltd

 

£2,600 to undertake an eco-audit.

 

Centre 404 

 

£3,200 to provide an eco-audit.

 

Citizens Advice Southwark 

 

£3,000 to conduct an eco-audit.

 

Community Centre for Refugees from Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia

 

£3,000 to provide an eco-audit.

 

Kentish Town City Farm

 

£2,600 to provide an eco-audit.

 

Latin American Disabled People’s Project

 

£2,400 for an eco-audit.

 

Mevlana Rumi Mosque

 

£2,200 to provide an eco-audit.

 

St John the Evangelist Church, Kingston

 

£2,600 to provide an eco-audit.

 

The Huddleston Centre 

 

£2,000 to provide an eco-audit.

 

West Silvertown Foundation

 

£2,200 for an eco-audit.

 

Total Eco Audits: £25,800 (10 awards)

English for Speakers of Other Languages

All Hallows Bow

 

£146,400 over three years (£41,600; £51,600; £53,200) towards the part-time salary costs of the Project Manager / Tutor; ESOL teacher; business support; and associated running costs.

 

Community Action For Refugees and Asylum Seekers

 

£84,520 over three years (£27,520; £27,780; £29,220) towards the part-time salary costs of the Project Co-ordinator and associated running costs of the ESOL programme.

 

High Trees Community Development Trust

 

£133,300 over three years (£43,800; £44,400; £45,100) towards the cost of a Project Co-ordinator, Lead ESOL Tutor, Assistant ESOL Tutor and associated project costs.

 

Holy Trinity English Classes

 

£2,500 over three years (£800, £850, £850) towards the salaries of sessional ESOL tutors.

 

Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants

 

£50,400 over three years (3 x £16,800) for the costs of two part-time ESOL Tutors; associated project costs; and a contribution towards core costs.

 

Translating & Interpreting Service (TIS)

 

£20,600 for a third and final year to meet the cost of providing Entry Level 1-3 ESOL provision.

 

Women for Refugee Women

 

£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) towards the part-time salaries of the Grassroots Manager and Grassroots Intern; associated project costs of the term-time ESOL classes (up to Entry level 3); and a contribution to core costs.

 

 Total English for Speakers of Other Languages: £527,720 (7 grants)

Improving Londoners' Mental Health

BANG Edutainment

 

£120,000 over three years (3 x £40,000) for the NoLimitz part-time Therapist and associated project costs.

 

Brent Adolescent Centre

 

£144,740 over three years (£47,200; £48,240; £49,300) towards the costs of providing therapy and professional interventions to young people with mental health needs in five schools in Brent.

 

Causeway Irish Housing Association

 

£84,000 over three years (3 x £28,000) for a part-time Mental Health Worker and associated running costs of a mental health and emotional wellbeing service for refugee and migrant tenants.

 

Depaul UK

 

£120,000 over three years (3 x £40,000) for a full-time Wellbeing and Mental Health Co-ordinator and associated costs for the delivery of a Get Mindfuel service for young people.

 

Evolve Housing + Support

 

£55,000 for a third and final year for a full-time Wellbeing Manager plus running costs to deliver mental health support services for homeless people living at Evolve Housing + Support units.

 

Gendered Intelligence CIC

 

£125,100 over three years (£41,600, £41,700, £41,800) for the full-time salary of the Volunteering Project Coordinator and associated project costs.

 

Helen Bamber Foundation

 

£100,000 over two years (2 x £50,000) towards the salary of the Head Therapist and associated costs for the delivery, evaluation and dissemination of the three-stage process to recovery for individuals in London exposed to enduring trauma.

 

Mind in Harrow

 

£292,300 over three years (£96,200; £97,600; £98,500) for the full-time Outreach and Early Intervention Coordinator and three posts across the remaining consortia members, plus evaluation, project costs and overheads.

 

Respond

 

£95,000 over two years (2 x £47,500) towards the Forensic Service Manager, clinical supervision and oncosts for the forensic service.

 

Terrence Higgins Trust

 

£106,400 over two final years (£52,350; £54,050) for a full-time Specialist Young People’s Counsellor and the associated operating costs of a young people’s therapy service project in London.

 

Young Vic Theatre Company

 

£30,550 for one year towards the costs of providing creative drama activities for young people aged 14-18 with mental health issues.

 

Total Improving Londoners’ Mental Health: £1,273,090 (11 grants)

Improving London's Environment

Chelsea Physic Garden Company

 

£86,300 over three years (£20,400; £32,600; £33,300) towards the salary and on-costs of a full-time Education and Outreach Officer.

 

Hubbub Foundation UK

 

£77,250 over three years (£33,750; £23,500; £20,000) for the Co-ordination costs, dinghy and crew hire, marketing and associated running costs for the Plastic Fishing project in the Docklands Basin.

 

London Sustainability Exchange

 

£47,800 over two years (2 x £23,900) towards several staff salaries and related running costs for the Pollinators Path project in three London Boroughs.

 

Oasis Children’s Venture

 

£105,000 over three years (3 x £35,000) towards a Green Prescription Programme for children and young people.

 

Rushey Green Timebank

 

£113,000 over three years (£41,000; £35,000; £37,000) for the salary of a part-time Co-ordinator and Assistant and associated direct costs of the Wild Cat Wilderness project.

 

ShareAction

 

£80,000 over two years (£39,500; 40,500) to meet the cost of a full-time Education Officer with project running costs within its Education for the Capital in Environment and Finance initiative.

 

Triangle Adventure Playground Association

 

£48,300 over three years (£16,430, £14,960, £16,910) for the salary of a sessional Environmental Play worker and related project costs.

 

Widehorizons Outdoor Education Trust

 

£122,500 over three years (£42,900; £40,700; £38,900) towards a full-time Adventure Learning Manager, associated running costs and overheads.

 

 Total Improving London’s Environment: £680,150 (8 grants)

Making London More Inclusive

Access All Areas

 

£87,600 over three years (3 x £29,200) towards the salary and running costs of the Take Part programme providing creative workshops for adults with learning disabilities.

 

Action Against Medical Accidents

 

£2,000 towards a full access audit of Freedman House.

 

Action Disability Kensington & Chelsea

 

£166,800 over three years (3 x £55,600) towards a full-time Co-ordinator, Personal Development Officer and towards associated running costs including accessibility costs, training, information production, room hire and core running costs.

 

AHOY Centre

 

£102,000 over two years (2 x £51,000) towards the Sail to Prevail programme for disabled people including the costs of a full-time Assistant Sailing Instructor.

 

Applecartlive Ltd

 

£1,950 to commission an independent access audit for 170 Harold Road, London E13 0SE.

 

Children’s Trust

 

£60,000 for a third and final year’s funding of a full-time Brain Injury Specialist and related running costs of a brain injury service in London.

 

Disability Sports Coach

 

£139,800 over 3 years (£46,100; £46,600; £47,100) for the Club Development Officer (18.75hpw), sessional Sport Coaches, Facility Hire and associated running costs of 5 Disability Sport Clubs across London.

 

Down’s Syndrome Association

 

£117,000 over three years (£38,000, £39,000, £40,000) for the full-time DSActive Sports Officer (London) and associated project costs.

 

Ealing Mencap

 

£77,200 over three years (£26,100; £25,600; £25,500) for a part-time Travel and Transport Advice caseworker and associated project costs.

 

Eye Music Trust

 

£87,900 over three years (3 x £29,300) towards the sessional staff, workshops, coordination and associated running costs to deliver a mobile “Colourscape” in Special Educational Needs Schools across London.

 

Heart n Soul

 

£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) towards the Expandable project, including the part-time Project Assistant and associated project costs.

 

Millwall Community Trust

 

£111,400 over three years (£38,600; £36,300; £36,500) towards the salary of a part-time Independent Living Officer and associated project and administration costs for a project working with disabled young Londoners aged 16–25.

 

Park Theatre

 

£68,650 over three years (£29,250; £21,900; £17,500) for the delivery of accessible performances for disabled audiences; access training; the installation of evacuation chairs; website adaptations and a 10% contribution to core costs.

 

Parochial Church Council of St Mary, Stoke Newington

 

£22,500 towards internal access improvement works to include accessible toilet and shower, access signage, entrance buttons and bells and door ironmongery.

 

Rethink Mental Illness

 

£113,000 over two years (£53,000; £60,000) towards the Step Up into University Project Manager salary, project costs, evaluation and on-costs.

 

Royal Court Theatre

 

£73,700 to refurbish lifts; for additional assisted hearing equipment, improved signalling and signage; upgrades and supplements to emergency evacuation system.

 

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

 

£119,000 over three years (£45,000; £39,000; £35,000) towards the costs of providing regular sports activities to people living with severe neurological disabilities.

 

Scope

 

£250,000 over three years (£100,000; £80,000; £70,000) for the salary costs and related operational costs of the Starting Line and Kickstart programmes in east London.

 

Sea-Change Projects

 

£940 to commission an independent access audit to inform the fitting out of a Thames Sailing Barge.

 

Sense

 

£154,000 over three years (£78,500, £55,500, £20,000) towards the Programme Development Manager salary and the running costs of the ‘Amaze’ programme supporting 105 young people with complex sensory & communication needs to transition into adulthood.

 

St Leonard, Streatham

 

£4,750 towards an independent access audit.

 

The Greenwood Community Centre Charity

 

£890 to commission an independent access audit for the Greenwood Community Centre.

 

The Royal Society for Blind Children

 

£113,960 over three years (£32,192; £39,124; £42,644) towards the costs of delivering an apprenticeship programme with partner employers for 40 blind and partially sighted young people aged from 16 to 25.

 

Toucan Employment

 

£114,750 over three years (£38,500; £37,750; £38,500) for the salary of a full-time Workstart Project Worker and associated running costs.

 

Turtle Key Arts Centre Trust

 

£42,500 over three years (£14,500; £14,000; £14,000) for running costs of two participation projects; 100% of ‘Key Words’ for dyslexic children and teenagers and 25% towards ‘Key Club’ for 16 – 30 year olds on the autism spectrum.

 

Vital Xposure

 

£57,200 over two years (2 x £28,600) towards the costs of Vital Exposure’s work to develop and deliver inclusive theatre.

 

Volunteering Matters

 

£135,000 over three years (3 x £45,000) for the salary, project delivery and support costs of an Inclusion Worker engaging young disabled people in volunteering.

 

Total Making London More Inclusive: £2,314,490 (27 grants)

Making London Safer

Domestic Violence Intervention Project

 

£103,800 over three years (£34,200; £34,800; £34,800) towards the part-time salary costs of a Young Persons’ Practitioner and Parent Support Practitioner and associated running costs.

 

Everyman Project

 

£76,000 over three years (£24,000; £26,000; £26,000) for the salary of a part-time Partner Support Co-ordinator and other costs of the Partner Support Programme.

 

Her Centre Limited

 

£173,800 over three years (£57,500, £57,800, £58,500) for the Follow Up Support project, including one full-time Follow Up Support Worker.

 

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

 

£270,000 over three further and final years (3 x £90,000) towards the salary costs of two Protect and Respect Case Workers, for Croydon and East London respectively.

 

Parent Abuse and Reconciliation Service

 

£108,200 over three years (£37,100, £35,100, £36,000) for the salary of a full-time Under 10’s Children DART Project Manager and associated project costs.

 

Stay Safe East

 

£103,700 over three years (£35,500, £33,800, £34,400) for a part-time Casework Lead, a Case Management System and associated project costs.

 

Stop the Traffik

 

£98,400 over three years (£32,200, £32,800, £33,400) for the full-time salary of the Modern Slavery Network and Community Engagement Coordinator in London.

 

Suzy Lamplugh Trust

 

£17,400 over one year towards the ‘Reducing Fear. Living Confidently.’ pilot project.

 

 Total Making London Safer: £951,300 (8 grants)

Older Londoners

Advice Support Knowledge Information

 

£37,600 over three years (£12,600; £12,500; £12,500) towards the costs of weekly therapeutic dance classes working with older people 75+ living with Dementia, and their Carers.

 

Age UK Ealing (AUKE)

 

£90,000 over two years (2 x £45,000) contributing to Neighbourly Connector, Telephone Support Coordinator, and Volunteer Coordinator posts, along with associated costs of the Connector service.

 

Arts 4 Dementia

 

£75,000 over three years (3 x £25,000) towards core costs of the London Arts Programme delivering arts workshops to those living with early stage dementia and their Carers.

 

Ashford Place

 

£99,900 over three years (£33,000; £33,300; £33,600) for the salary of a part-time Dementia Café Co-ordinator, project activity costs and overheads.

 

Bexley Crossroads Care

 

£155,000 over three years (£51,000, £50,000, £54,000) for the salary of a GP Link Officer, volunteer costs and associated project costs.
Bikur Cholim Ltd

 

£87,300 over three years (£29,100; £28,800; £29,400) for the salary of a part-time Older People’s Carers Support Worker and towards associated project costs.

 

Bosnia and Herzegovina Community Advice Centre

 

£116,800 over three years (£38,800; £39,300; £38,700) for the part-time Project Manager and Advocacy Worker, along with associated project costs.

 

Carers Support (Bexley)

 

£166,900 over three years (£55,200; £55,600; £56,100) to support the costs of the part-time Service Manager, Volunteer accommodation, expenses and training for three volunteers and associated running costs to the Carers Breaks service.

 

Community Empowerment and Support Initiatives (CESI)

 

£69,600 over three years (£24,200; £22,700; £22,700) for the salary costs of a part-time Project Co-ordinator and running costs of healthy-living workshops; volunteer training & expenses; excursions; plus a contribution to core costs.

 

Contact the Elderly

 

£87,900 over three years (£29,200; £29,300; £29,400) for the salary of the Development Officer North London and associated project costs.

 

Eastside Community Heritage

 

£24,500 for a third and final year towards the salary of the part-time Project Officer and associated running costs.

 

Entelechy Arts

 

£120,000 over three years (3 x £40,000) for the salary of a part-time Volunteer Co-ordinator, part-time Project Administrator and towards the associated running costs for the Meet Me on the Move, Meet Me at the Movies and befriending programme.

 

Eritrean Community in the UK

 

£70,500 over three years (£25,000; £22,500; £23,000) for the salary of a part-time Volunteer and Health Development Officer and towards associated projects costs working with people aged 75+.

 

Highgate Newtown Community Centre

 

£68,400 over three years (£19,900, £24,020, £24,480) for 75+ Coordinator, activity tutors and associated costs of the 75+ programme.

 

Irish Chaplaincy in Britain

 

£105,000 over three years (3 x £35,000) for the salary of a Pastoral Outreach Worker and associated project costs.

 

Jacksons Lane

 

£127,800 over three years (£43,100; £42,500; £42,200) for the Together project, including the salary of a freelance Project Coordinator, 2 artists delivering Spare Tyre sessions, and associated project costs.

 

Marylebone Bangladesh Society Ltd

 

£66,000 over two years (2 x £33,000) for the salary costs of an Older People’s Project Development Worker and associated project costs for an Older People’s Health and Well-being Project.

 

Paintings in Hospitals

 

£59,500 over three years (£19,750; £20,000; £19,750) to contribute to the salary costs of the London Regional Co-ordinator, and associated running costs for the project.

 

Queens Crescent Community Association

 

£153,900 over three years (£51,300; £50,600; £52,000) towards a Project Coordinator, associated running costs and fitness sessions for an activity programme for older people aged 75+ living in Gospel Oak.

 

Royal Hospital Chelsea

 

£120,700 to allow the Royal Hospital Chelsea to purchase GPS tracking pendants and aerial masts.

 

Saint Francis Hospice

 

£75,500 over two years (£37,200; £38,300) for a full-time Project Co-ordinator and support costs to establish a new one-to-one service for socially isolated carers.

 

Spitalfields Music

 

£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) towards “The Endless Imagination” arts programme in care homes.

 

Toynbee Hall

 

£98,600 over two years (£49,100; £49,500) to contribute to the salary costs of the Wellbeing Centre and Volunteer Coordinator and associated running costs for the Centre for Wellbeing project.

 

Total Older Londoners: £2,166,400 (23 grants)

Reducing Poverty

Alternatives Trust East London

 

£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) towards the full-time salary of a Destitution Co-ordinator.

 

Brent Private Tenants’ Rights Group

 

£71,300 over three years (£23,600; £23,700; £24,000) to meet the salary of a part-time Housing and Debt Advisor plus a contribution towards running costs.

 

Bromley by Bow Centre

 

£128,100 over three years (£40,800; £42,300; £45,000) to meet the part-time cost of an Integrated Housing Advisor, a Connections Worker, project evaluation and management costs, to provide targeted housing advice and financial management support.

 

Centre 70

 

£100,000 over three years (£33,340; £33,330; £33,330) towards the INSPIRE programme, including the salary of a part-time Project Leader, contributions towards other staff involved in the delivery of the work, and associated project costs.

 

Children England

 

£116,000 over two years (£57,500; £58,500) for a full-time Research and Learning Officer and a part-time Network Membership Officer, web developments, workshops and the production of research reports for the 4In10 programme in London.

 

Citizens Advice Service in Three Rivers

 

£21,000 over three years (3 x £7,000) for the salary of a part-time Outreach CAB Advisor at Hillingdon Foodbank.

 

Community Links Trust

 

£158,500 over three years (£51,900, £51,100, £55,500) towards a Specialist Adviser post; community engagement; and evaluation costs as well as a contribution to organisational overheads.

 

Deptford Reach

 

£31,000 for one year towards the salary and on-costs of the full-time Crisis Intervention Advice Worker.

 

East European Resource Centre

 

£110,300 over three years (£36,100; £36,800; £37,400) for the part-time Senior Welfare Advice Worker; part-time Helpline & Support Officer and associated running costs to provide welfare advice and support to the Eastern European community across London.

 

FoodCycle

 

£87,000 over two further and final years (£43,000; £44,000) for the salary of a full-time London Projects Manager and volunteer training costs.

 

Hammersmith and Fulham Law Centre

 

£183,600 over three years (£59,400, £61,200, £63,000) for a full-time Solicitor and contribution to organisational overheads to develop an Anti Child Poverty Unit.

 

Help Somalia Foundation

 

£70,000 over three years (£22,500; £23,000; £24,500) towards the salary costs of a part-time Advice & Development Worker and associated running costs.

 

Homeless Action in Barnet

 

£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) towards the salary, support and management costs of a full-time Resettlement Officer.

 

Island Advice Centre

 

£148,000 over three years (£48,600, £49,400, £50,000) for a full-time Welfare Benefits Case Worker, along with associated costs and costs for training and supporting volunteers.

 

Islington Bangladesh Association

 

£51,000 over three years (£16,800; £17,000; £17,200) for the part-time salary of the Welfare Rights and Debt Adviser and associated project costs.

 

Legal Advice Centre (University House)

 

£132,900 over three years (3 x £44,300) towards a full-time Volunteer Coordinator and Caseworker to oversee the expansion of the Advocacy programme.

 

Plan Zheroes

 

£108,400 over three years (£28,750; £39,350; £40,300) towards the cost of a Community Manager and associated project costs.

 

Positive East

 

£111,900 over three years (£36,200; £37,300; £38,400) for the full-time post of Advice Service Worker.

 

Sangam Association of Asian Women

 

£182,800 over three years (£61,200, £59,800, £61,800) for a full-time Debt Advice case worker, along with training delivery and recruitment and support of volunteers.

 

TaxAid UK

 

£58,000 over two years (2 x £29,000) for running costs to extend TaxAid UK’s London Advice service.

 

The 999 Club and Lady Florence Trust

 

£123,840 over three years (£40,465, £41,275, £42,100) for the salary of a Senior Advice Worker plus on costs.

 

The Hive Food Bank

 

£3,840 over two years (2 x £1,920) to build up food supplies for weekly distribution to individuals and families in crisis.

 

Total Reducing Poverty: £2,177,480 (22 grants)

Resettlement and Rehabilitation of Offenders

Carney’s Community

 

£69,600 over three years (£22,800; £23,200; 23,600) to cover the cost of mentoring sessions and associated management costs.

 

Hackney Music Development Trust

 

£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) towards the costs of a project manager; the costs of the artist/mentors that work with the young people in custody and on release; and associated project costs.

 

Synergy Theatre Project

 

£93,700 over three years (£30,400; £31,300; £32,000) towards a portion of the Artistic Director’s salary and the General Manager’s salary, and associated project costs of a creative programme to support prisoners & ex-prisoners.

 

Working Chance

 

£117,000 over three years (£35,000, £40,500, £41,500) for a full-time Recruitment Coach and associated project costs.

 

Total Resettlement and Rehabilitation of Offenders: £370,300 (4 grants)

Strengthening London's Voluntary Sector

Aston-Mansfield

 

£144,000 over three years (£48,000; £47,000; £49,000) towards part-time Project Manager and Project worker, along with volunteer expenses and associated running costs.

 

Community Southwark

 

£100,000 over two years (2 x £50,000) for the salary of a full-time Outcomes Framework Development Officer and associated running costs to deliver a monitoring and evaluation programme in Southwark and Waltham Forest.

 

Enfield Voluntary Action

 

£100,500 over two years (£50,000; £50,500) towards the part-time salaries of a Community Accountant & Development and Funding Advice Manager and running costs, to provide support to voluntary and community organisations in Enfield.

 

Ethical Property Foundation

 

£150,000 over three years (£60,000; £50,000; £40,000) towards core salaries and running costs to continue to provide a property advice service to benefit London’s voluntary and community organisations.

 

LawWorks

 

£162,700 over three years (£53,000; £54,200; £55,500) towards the salaries of the Head of Not-For-Profits Programme, Caseworker, Head of Programme, and associated running costs.

 

London Legal Support Trust

 

£300,000 over two years (2 x £150,000) towards core salary and other costs to support the provision of Centres of Excellence in Greater London.

 

Media Trust

 

£148,700 over two years (£75,000; £73,700) to contribute to the delivery costs of the Stronger Voices Training Programme for 30 equalities organisations, including Advocacy Masterclasses, digital guides and volunteer brokerage.

 

On Road Ltd

 

£80,000 over two years (2 x £40,000) towards the media training courses and interactions, and the cost of the activist network meetings, for both the All About Trans and Angles projects.

 

One Westminster

 

£130,000 over three years (£44,500. £42,500, £43,000) towards a part-time post, associated running costs with costs for workshops and outreach support.

 

Project Oracle Evidence Hub

 

£90,000 over three years (3 x £30,000) towards work to improve the quality and quantity of evidence in the children and youth sector in London.

 

Small Charities Coalition

 

£100,000 over two years (2 x £50,000) for the delivery of the Building Resilience programme by Small Charities Coalition in London.

 

The Integrate Agency CIC

 

£4,944 for the delivery of training sessions and associated materials to IT professionals; brokerage matching expertise with requested need by charities; and development of a microsite for information sharing.

 

Voluntary Action Islington

 

£50,000 for a third year towards a volunteer project. The funding covers a part-time Project Officer, part-time Information & Communication Officer, associated running and training costs.

 

Total Strengthening London’s Voluntary Sector: £1,560,844 (13 grants)

Exceptional Grants
African Women’s Care

 

£3,000 for the costs of a day trip for 20 children and 20 adults.

 

Association for Cultural Advancement Through Visual Art (ACAVA)

 

£3,500 for the staff and direct costs of a summer arts activity programme for children and families.

 

Catholic Children’s Society (Westminster)

 

£10,000 for the staff costs of a summer programme for children & young people.

 

Catholic Children’s Society (Westminster)

 

£10,000 towards the costs of a three week summer play programme based at St Charles Primary School.

 

Chicken Shed Theatre Trust

 

£8,490 over one year towards the costs of providing free weekly performing arts sessions for a minimum of 20 young people affected by the Grenfell fire.

 

Eritrean Lowlanders League

 

£3,000 for the costs of a day trip to Brighton for 60 people.

 

Eton Fives Association

 

£4,000 to provide free coaching sessions for young people, through to July 2018.

 

Eton Fives Association

 

£1,500 for the costs of six Fives coaching sessions over the summer.

 

Flying Gorillas

 

£10,000 over one year to provide free workshops and activities for young people in the Grenfell area.

 

Friends of Leighton House

 

£1,150 for a programme of activity for children affected by the Grenfell fire.

 

Friends of Leighton House

 

£1,985 for the costs of providing two activity days between December 2017 and March 2018 for families in the Grenfell area.

 

Home Start Westminster

 

£10,000 towards over one year towards the salary costs of a Co-ordinator to provide for families in the Grenfell area.

 

Hornimans Adventure Playground Association

 

£10,000 towards the staff and activity costs of a summer programme for 5-16 year olds.

 

Hornimans Adventure Playground Association

 

£10,000 over one year towards the costs of additional sessional playworkers to increase the level of service offered to young people.

 

Kensington & Chelsea Citizens Advice Bureau Service

 

£50,000 towards the salary of a Response Manager to co-ordinate pro-bono relationships and workforce as well as relationships with other local providers.

 

Kensington Trust

 

£2,000 for the costs of non-residential summer activities for young people (football, theatre workshops and boxing training).

 

Lancaster West Community Children’s Network

 

£10,000 towards the costs of a summer playscheme for children aged 3–7.

 

Lancaster West Community Children’s Network

 

£10,000 over one year towards the costs of providing school holiday activities for young people in the Grenfell area.

 

London Emergencies Trust

 

£50,000 towards the running costs of London Emergencies Trust.

 

Notting Hill Carnival Pioneers Community Festival (NHCP)

 

£4,000 for the staff, sessional worker and publicity costs of the Notting Hill Carnival Pioneers Community Festival. The grant is payable to the Westway Trust.

 

Play Association Hammersmith and Fulham

 

£10,000 for the costs of the pop-up play programme on local estates.

 

Play Association Hammersmith and Fulham

 

£10,000 over year towards Playworker costs to provide school holiday activities for young people.

 

QPR in the Community Trust

 

£10,000 for the costs of sessional staff / coaches for a summer programme in the North Kensington area.

 

QPR in the Community Trust

 

£10,000 over one year towards the costs of a youth engagement project for young people in the Grenfell area.

 

Rugby Portobello Trust

 

£10,000 over one year towards the costs of providing a free programme of activities for young people in the Grenfell area.

 

SPID Theatre Company

 

£7,500 for the costs of a summer activities programme for young people in North Kensington.

 

Sport & Leisure Management Ltd

 

£10,000 towards the staff and activity costs of a summer holiday programme for young people in the Westway area.

 

Sport & Leisure Management Ltd

 

£10,000 over one year towards the salary and other costs of a Community Sports Activator and for a summer holiday programme in 2018.

 

Sport4Health

 

£6,160 for the costs of a 14 week programme of badminton & table tennis for girls and young women.

 

Sport4Health

 

£6,600 over one year for the costs of weekly after-school badminton sessions for girls and young women in the Grenfell area.

 

St Clement and St James Community Development Project

 

£10,000 towards the costs of the Carnival Arts programme with young people.

 

SurvivorsUK

 

£2,000 over 1 year for mentoring support for the Acting CEO of Survivors UK.

 

The Harrow Club

 

£8,850 for the costs of a summer activity programme for children from the Traveller community.

 

Venture Community Association

 

£10,000 over one year towards the costs of providing play activities in school holidays for young people in the Grenfell area.

 

WestPoint-Sustainable Community Development

 

£4,180 for the costs of a summer activity programme for young people from the Somali community.

 

Total Exceptional Grants: £337,915 (35 grants)

Total Investing in Londoners: £12,385,489 (168 grants & awards)

  

Special Initiatives

Strategic Initiatives

Age UK

 

£337,000 over eighteen months to design and deliver an evaluated model for the prevention of fraud and support for older people affected by fraud.

 

Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF)

 

£3,000 over one year towards the costs of a part-time administrator for the Social Impact Investors’ Group.

 

Ballet Rambert Ltd

 

£750 for the costs of participating in the Lord Mayor’s Show 2017.

 

Bridge Renewal Trust

 

£105,000 over two years (£56,700; £48,300) towards the salary of a Director for Haringey Giving, as part of the London’s Giving network of place-based giving schemes.

 

Camden Giving

 

£60,000 over two years (2 x £30,000) towards the salary of a Relationship Manager.

 

Core Arts

 

£1,683 for the costs of participating in the Lord Mayor’s Show 2017.

 

Federation of London Youth Clubs

 

£400,000 towards a series of activities and programmes for member organisations and young people.

 

Gingerbread

 

£50,000 to research and disseminate the needs of single parent families in London and how services could be provided to best meet those needs.

 

Heart of the City

 

£475,000 over five years (5 x £95,000) to Heart of the City to continue provision of the Foundation Programme including the salary of an Accounts Manager and contribution towards a new Stakeholder and Membership Manager.

 

John Lyon’s Charity

 

£300,000 to co-fund the salary and running costs of the Young People’s Foundations in each of the boroughs of Brent, Harrow, Barnet, Westminster, Camden, and Hammersmith & Fulham.

 

Kingston Voluntary Action

 

£25,950 towards the salary and associated running costs of a part-time High Net Worth Fundraiser who, as well as raising funds for Love Kingston, will add valuable learning to the wider London’s Giving movement.

 

LGBT Consortium

 

£217,000 over three years (£80,000; £69,000; £68,000) to the LGBT Consortium to create and manage an online directory/mapping tool of services in London and to provide capacity-building and general support to the LGBT third sector.

 

London Funders

 

£26,510 from funds for the Anniversary Programme for civil society infrastructure support towards various activities related to the implementation of The Way Ahead.

 

London Symphony Orchestra  Limited

 

£3,000 for the costs of participating in the Lord Mayor’s Show 2017.

 

Media Trust

 

£720 for the Media Trust to manage the subtitling for ‘Telling Your Stories’ screening at the Barbican.

 

Opening Doors London

 

£165,000 over three years (3 x £55,000) to Opening Doors London for a Training Coordinator and an Administrator plus other costs for a programme to develop the quality of services provided to older LGBT Londoners by voluntary and statutory agencies.

 

Participatory City Foundation

 

£450,000 over two years (2 x £225,000) to the Participatory City Foundation to deliver the Every One Every Day neighbourhood project across the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.

 

Positive East

 

£281,000 over three years (£108,000; £88,000; £85,000) for the GMI Partnership to expand and diversify its work supporting the LGBT community in London.

 

Rushey Green Timebank

 

£72,340 over two years (2 x £36,170) on behalf of the Lewisham Local Collaborative, as part of the London’s Giving initiative.

 

Sutton Centre for Voluntary Service

 

£38,450 over one year towards the development of Sutton Giving.

 

Trust for London

 

£100,000 towards the overall costs of the Citizenship and Integration Initiative.

 

Trust for London

 

£300,000 over 2.5 years (£130,000; £130,000; £40,000) towards Phase 2 of the Moving on Up strategic initiative to improve employment outcomes for young Black men in London.

 

 

The Prince’s Trust & City Bridge Trust

Prince’s Trust£3,000,000 representing years 4-6 of £1m per year, for 10 years, for a range of services to support London’s hardest to reach young people.

 

Total Strategic Initiatives: £6,412,403 (23 initiatives)

Partnership Initiatives

Hardship Fund

Buttle UK£324,697 over one year for the continuation of the Anchor Project, supporting families in London who have experienced domestic abuse to resettle.

Total Partnership Initiatives: £324,697 (1 initiative)

Total Special Initiatives: £6,737,100 (24 initiatives)

 

Stepping Stones

Capacity Building

Age UK East London

 

£45,000 over 12 months to build a robust evidence base and business case for a new hospital admission avoidance pathway for older people in East London.

 

Causeway Irish Housing Association

 

£40,000 over 10 months to provide staff management days and purchase consultancy expertise to build capacity in understanding of social investment, use of existing assets to leverage investment and exploration of community shares.

 

Family Action

 

£46,000 over 18 months to employ a Development Manager to lead the development work necessary to launch an Edge of Care service in 2018 and to purchase external support from ATQ to facilitate the development of the outcomes framework.

 

Four Corners Limited

 

£37,000 to support the cost of the market research, staff, training and consultancy costs for the first two periods of the development of the Fifth Corner.

 

Khulisa

 

£28,500 over one year towards the cost of an interim monitoring and evaluation consultant for 6 months, an impact evaluation of the organisation’s work and developing an operational plan.

 

London Youth Support Trust

 

£10,000 over 9 months towards business planning and cost analysis to help prepare LYST for social investment.

 

Migrant Helpline

 

£45,000 over 12 months to work with Social Finance to develop a viable housing and employment model and attract social investment.

 

Naked House Community Builders

 

£45,000 over 18 months towards the costs of a Business Director together with consultancy input to strengthen Naked House’s financial management, risk framework, social impact metrics and social investment offer.

 

Pure Leapfrog

 

£49,000 over six months towards the development of the London Community Energy Fund.

 

St Michael’s Fellowship

 

£39,000 over 12 months to expand the Caring Dads programme into Lambeth, Wandsworth, Merton, Southwark and Croydon to scope the market and test the feasibility of social investment.

 

Streets of Growth

 

£49,000 over 18 months to employ an Enterprise Development Manager to test the project’s viability as a long-term self-sustaining business model to enable social investment.

 

Teens and Toddlers UK Ltd

 

£40,000 over 18 months towards the costs of a review of Teens and Toddlers’ approach to evaluation in order to ensure the organisation can provide robust evidence of the outcomes it claims and therefore be more suitable for the social investment market.

 

Trees for Cities

 

£45,000 over 12 months to build Trees for Cities’ capacity to develop and implement a range of services that will diversify its income, particularly from landowners and businesses to enable social investment.

 

Women’s Aid

 

£49,000 over 12 months to build an evidence base that will enable final refinements to the design of the Social Investment Bond to be made, but also as a key part of the process for formally engaging commissioners and investors.

 

Total Capacity Building: £567,500 (14 grants)

Piloting Outcomes
London Play£20,000 over one year towards 50% of the costs of the London Play (Design) Director.
Longfield Hall Trust£29,500 over 18 months to employ a Performance Director/Venue Manager and a marketing professional plus other related project costs to develop Longfield Hall as a small-scale performance space and demonstrate revenues that could support social finance.

 Total Piloting Outcomes: £49,500 (2 grants)

Total Stepping Stones: £617,000 (16 grants)

 

Anniversary Programme

Bridge Fund - Infrastructure support

AdviceUK

 

£25,000 towards salary costs to enable Advice UK’s continued active involvement with The Way Ahead.

 

Age UK London

 

£25,000 towards the salary costs of four part-time posts to enable the organisation to remain actively engaged with The Way Ahead.

 

British Refugee Council

 

£25,000 towards the salary of a Community Co-ordinator to support the organisation’s engagement with The Way Ahead.

 

Greater London Volunteering

 

£350,000 to secure the first year of operation of the London Hub.

 

HEAR Equality and Human Rights Network

 

£25,000 towards the salary of a Network Co-ordinator to enable the organisation’s continued active involvement with The Way Ahead.

 

Inclusion London

 

£25,000 towards the CEO and Policy Officer salaries to provide Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations with networking and information sharing opportunities.

 

John Lyon’s Charity

 

£300,000 to the John Lyon’s Charity to co-fund the salary and running costs of the Young People’s Foundations for one year in each of the boroughs of Brent, Harrow and Barnet.

 

Law Centres Federation

 

£25,000 towards the organisation’s core costs to enable its continued active involvement with The Way Ahead.

 

Partnership for Young London

 

£23,100 towards the organisation’s core costs to enable its continued active involvement with The Way Ahead.

 

Race On The Agenda

 

£25,000 towards the CEO’s salary to enable the organisation to remain actively engaged with The Way Ahead.

 

Women’s Resource Centre

 

£24,000 towards salary costs to enable the organisation to remain actively engaged with The Way Ahead.

 

Total Bridge Fund – Infrastructure support: £872,100 (11 grants)

Employment & Disability – Bridge to Work

Action for Kids

 

£250,000 over five years (5 x £50,000) for a full-time Job Coach and a programme of employment brokering, travel-training and work-related learning to support young people with learning disabilities into and in employment.

 

Centre for Mental Health

 

£1,241,568 over four years (£243,716; £562,796; £429,804; £5,252) to implement Individual Placement Support (IPS) in two London boroughs.

 

Inclusion London

 

£775,000 over five years (£161,000; £150,000; £151,000; £155,000; £158,000) for a Project Manager; other key staff; and operational costs of the Inclusion London/Action on Disability joint Bridge to Work project.

 

Leonard Cheshire Disability

 

£35,000 over three years (£19,000; £8,000; £8,000) to establish and manage a bursary fund (ChangeLondon) to support disabled young Londoners into paid work experience/internships; plus a sum of £350,000 over three years for bursaries.

 

Muscular Dystrophy Group of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

 

£276,000 over five years (£51,000; £53,000; £55,000; £57,000; £60,000) for the Project Manager and other staff and operational costs of the Bridge to Work project.

 

National Autistic Society

 

£199,000 over five years (£75,000; £39,000; £29,000; £28,000; £28,000) to develop and establish an online training resource for autistic young jobseekers in London.

 

Royal Mencap

 

£350,000 over five years (5 x £70,000) for an Employment Co-ordinator, an Employer Engagement Co-ordinator plus running costs to deliver the Bridge to Work project in London.

 

Whizz-Kidz

 

£384,000 over 5 years (£49,000; £52,000; £91,000: £96,000; £96,000) for the salary and operational costs of the Bridge to Work project.

 

Total Employment & Disability – Bridge to Work: £3,860,568 (8 grants)

Total Anniversary Programmes: £4,732,668 (19 grants)

 

Total grants awarded 2017/18: £24,472,257 (227 grants & awards)